Macrame Propagation Station with Maria

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Macrame is an ancient art used in Arab countries to weave fabrics, create decorations and so much more. With a few simple knots you can create stunning (and very useful) designs.

Learn macrame basics while we make a propagation station that you can use for many things: plants, make up brushes, jewellery…

You’ll go home with a nearly finished project.

What will we cover?

In this class you will learn:

  • How to start with macrame: cutting rope, what materials are best to use
  • How to do square knots and Lark’s head knot
  • Special considerations, and other
    insider tips and tricks


    • Wheelchair Accessible Venue
    • Gender Neutral Bathrooms
    • Early Bird Discounted Tickets
    • Free Tickets to First Nation Attendees
    • Auslan Interpreted Upon Request
    Maria in a crocheted fox hood

    Who will be Teaching?

    Maria (she/her) is a serial crafter. She loves learning about new crafts and techniques! She does crochet, macrame, sewing, pottery, weaving and likes to explore how these crafts can be combined and expanded. 

    In addition to plants and crafting, she also has a passion for cooking and baking, light painting and running Laneway Learning.

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    Any other questions or ways we can assist with accessibility? Just shoot an email to Maddy (she/her) at